11. St Dunstan-in-the-East (St Dunstan’s Hill)
This used to be a Church of England place of worship until it was destroyed in World War II. Today, its ruins have been converted to a public garden. The church dates back to 1100and underwent renovation in 1695 under the direction of Sir Christopher Wren. These days, open-air services sometime get performed on the church’s ruins.
An example of an old yet well-preserved Roman Catholic church. St Etheldreda’s is dedicated to Etheldreda, an Anglo-Saxon saint. It’s also one of two churches that survived Edward I’s reign.